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This Week's Most 'Profound' Shower Thoughts

Here are this week's top shower thoughts for you to ponder while you're lying in bed at night, sitting on the toilet, waiting for a bus, or... standing in the shower? These are the things that make the world go round, but never really occur to you until they're pointed out. They're the simplest, yet most complicated things in life. So why not scroll through these shower thoughts and see if you have the answer to some of the world's greatest conundrums

This Week's Top Shower Thoughts | thumbnail text - r/Showerthoughts - Posted by u/bladerunnerz 20 hours ago Wearing a robe inside looks rich, wearing one outside looks poor.
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This Week's Top Shower Thoughts Are Basically Modern Day Aristotle

Let's admit it: we think a lot of nonsense during the day. It's hard not to when we're constantly vegging out on social media, trying to procrastinate from doing work, and doing everything we can to escape from reality. But now and again, there's a gold nugget somewhere in these nonsensical musings that make a lightbulb go off in our head, and we think to ourselves, Oh em gee, I can't imagine how I lived life before this moment. OK, maybe not, but you get the point. These philosophical brainwaves are called Shower Thoughts, and they come into our minds when we least expect them. These borderline genius musings are basically on the same level as Aristotle, Plato, and other philosophical greats. So, welcome to this week's top shower thoughts, AKA, the greatest philosophical insights of our time. 

top shower thoughts of this week | thumbnail text - r/Showerthoughts · Posted by u/Conanobrain 1 day ago 2 4 22 3 6 2 If 24 hour clocks started at 23:59 and counted down till 00:01, people might try getting more done
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This Week's Top Shower Thoughts Which Are The Strokes Of Genius We Never Realized

Here's a fun fact for you: the average person has between 12,000 - 60,000 thoughts per day. That's a lot of thinking, so most of them are likely subconscious nonsense we'd never admit aloud. In honor of these thoughts, here's your collection of top shower thoughts from this week; the musings of the average Joe, the philosophical insights of this generation. Welcome to the mundane things we think about when we're in the shower, waiting for the bus, or sitting on the toilet.



This Week's Top Shower Thoughts Which Are The Strokes Of Genius We Never Realized
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This Week's Top Shower Thoughts Which Are Philosophical Nuggets Of Wisdom

Have you ever found yourself spacing out and suddenly having a miniature epiphany which, quite frankly, blew your mind with its' intellect? If so, then you might have had a shower thought, AKA, a stroke of philosophical genius. And so did these people, who made it onto the top shower thoughts this week. Scroll through these musings for some relatable everyday life reflections.


top shower thoughts of this week | thumbnail text - r/Showerthoughts - Posted by u/-Kast- 5 days ago O 6 5 3 13 7 Sex in the middle ages must have been extremely disgusting, given that people rarely washed their bodies, let alone their genitals.
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Shower Thoughts That Are So Profound, They're Actually Kind Of Dumb

It's impossible to engage your brain 100% of the time. Thinking is tiring, and you can burn out pretty quickly if you're switched on 100% of the time. That's why when we do the more mundane activities such as sitting on the toilet, standing in the shower, or waiting for the bus, our brain zones out. But every now and again, we'll have a brainwave, a lightbulb moment, or an epiphany that shocks us to our core and makes us wonder why no one has ever come up with it before. The thoughts that make you wonder how the world functioned without it. Well, if you've had one of those, you're not alone. Welcome to this week's top shower thoughts that are full of equally mind-blowing epiphanies that will change the way you see everything. Browse through, be amazed, and then check out last week's stop shower thoughts in case you missed them.



top shower thoughts of this week | thumbnail text - r/Showerthoughts · Posted by u/LouisHendrich 4 days ago 2 4 Philosophers are simply adults who never stopped questioning "why" as a child.
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The Top Shower Thoughts This Week, Which Aren't Really That Deep

Your weekly catch of the best Shower Thoughts is as good as ever and provides the usual insight into the mind of the Average Joe. We're always torn between deciding whether it's pure genius or pure stupidity, but it's certainly something to get your brain juices flowing. So scroll through, educate yourself (unlikely), and then check out last week's haul in case you missed it.

this weeks top shower thoughts | thumbnail Text - r/Showerthoughts · Posted by u/skibach 4 days ago 9 6 5 34 3 Costco size boxes of condoms are anti-family packs.
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The Most Profound And Nonsense Shower Thoughts From This Week

Have you ever had a lightbulb moment in the middle of doing something completely unrelated? Have you ever shocked yourself with a stroke of genius when you were least expecting it? If so, you might have had a Shower Thought—and you're not alone. This week's collection of the top shower thoughts, AKA some pretty impressive philosophical musings, will make you stop and think about a thing or two. Perhaps they'll make you ponder your existence, or maybe they won't. But one thing's for sure, and that is they will make you a wiser and more profound person than you were before you read them




top shower thoughts of this week | thumbnail text - O r/Showerthoughts - Posted by u/it_was_not_a_fart 8 hours ago S 3 2 Broke boomers regret not going to college, broke millennials regret going to college.
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (April 30, 2021)

Did you know that the average person has between 12,000 - 60,000 thoughts per day? That's a sh*t ton of thinking, so statistically, most of those thoughts are likely to be subconscious nonsense we'd never admit out loud. Each week we bring you the top weekly Shower Thoughts, which I can never work out if it's pure genius or pure stupidity. Either way, shower thoughts are certainly something to get your brain juices flowing.


Top Weekly Shower Thoughts | thumbnail text - A r/Showerthoughts - Posted by u/batarcher98 5 days ago If men had a set number of sperm the way that women have a set number of eggs, we would all run out of sperm by our mid 20s
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (April 23, 2021)

The shower is a special time where you get to relax and think about all the things that you didn't have time for during your hectic day. God bless for shower time, am I right? A lot can happen during this time you spend alone, so naturally, insightful or strange thoughts that sometimes blow your mind. We document different shower thoughts on a weekly basis for your viewing pleasure. Scroll down for this week's wonderful batch, and let us know about your own shower thoughts in the comments. 




Top Weekly Shower Thoughts | thumbnail text - r/Showerthoughts · Posted by u/whatknot2 5 days ago A successful marriage is when one of you dies before a divorce
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (April 16, 2021)

It's that time of the week where we present to you the top weekly shower thoughts that the nation has come up with over the past seven days. These are the strokes of genius that the average Joe has come up with in the shower, waiting for the bus, or spacing out during a work meeting. Not convinced? Scroll through for some philosophical genius and then check out last weeks top shower thoughts for some more incredible lightbulb moments.  



Top Weekly Shower Thoughts | thumbnail text - r/Showerthoughts Posted by u/Fishybobmasta 12 hours ago 3 3 2 Before you were sperm you were whatever food that got used to make the sperm. Therefore you could have been a sandwich at one point.
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (April 9, 2021)

It's that time of the week again to scroll through the top philosophical insights that our fellow humans have come up with over the past seven days. That's right; it's this week's top shower thoughts, aka, a deep dive into the average Joe's mind. It's the best of this generation's attempts to philosophize and ponder and possibly giving you some lightbulb moments along the way, which may or may not inspire you.



Top Weekly Shower Thoughts | thumbnail text - r/Showerthoughts · Posted by u/quenepaverde 2 days ago Whoever said "don't cry over spilled milk" didn't have to just pump it.
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (April 2, 2021)

Have you ever found yourself spacing out, only to be jolted back to reality by an epiphany so huge that you don't know how you never thought of it before? Have you ever had a flash of philosophical genius that you know will change the course of humanity? OK, that might be taking it a bit far, but you know what I mean—a lightbulb moment that blew your mind. If you've answered "yes" to any of these, then you might have had a Shower Thought, AKA the most straightforward, yet most complicated things in life that you think about while lying in bed at night, sitting on the toilet, waiting for a bus, or even... standing in the shower. Here are this week's top shower thoughts for you to wrap your head around. And here are last week's in case you missed them.



Top Weekly Shower Thoughts | thumbnail text - A r/Showerthoughts - Posted by u/Infernal_Spark 2 days ago 23 2 34 Since molecules constantly vibrate, vibrators vibrate even when turned off
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (March 26, 2021)

Some know Shower Thoughts as the most remarkable philosophical insights of this generation. To others, they are simply the random musings of the average Joe. But however you view them, they'll make you question everything you thought you knew about the world, our existence, and all the random crap out there in the universe. Maybe. But as they say, there's no such thing as a stupid question. Hmm, not sure I buy that. Here are this week's Top Shower Thoughts for you to ponder over.



Top Weekly Shower Thoughts | thumbnail text - r/Showerthoughts - Posted by u/FewElevator4 6 days ago 8 9 34 15 Of all the animals to make candies based off of, worms were a strange choice.
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (March 19, 2021)

For some reason, my deepest thoughts come to me in the shower. Not when I actually need them in a meeting or in a lecture. My brain works on its own time. Apparently, a lot of people on Twitter can relate to the struggle. Many Twitter users have taken to the platform to express the most interesting thoughts they have in the shower. I thought my inner thoughts were weird, but just wait till you get a look at the shower thoughts of the week below. 


Top Weekly Shower Thoughts | thumbnail text - r/Showerthoughts · Posted by u/Evaleenora 4 days ago 5 5 Losing a tooth as a child is exciting and financially rewarding. Losing a tooth as an adult is horrifying and expensive.
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (March 12, 2021)

The shower is the best time to wind down at the end of a long, eventful day. We all look forward to bathing under the welcoming, warm water and staring off into the distance. There's also something magical about the shower that gets you into your deepest thoughts. Reddit users are always sharing the most profound thoughts they have in the shower, and some of them make you think human beings just might be capable of finding the solution to world peace. Read on to see the top shower thoughts of the week.

Top Weekly Shower Thoughts | thumbnail text - r/Showerthoughts Posted by u/JediWax 4 days ago 2 4 9 3 6 6 As an adult, few things are as satisfying as using the perfect sized Tupperware container to store your leftovers
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (March 5, 2021)

Have you ever found yourself spacing out, pondering the existence of the universe, and suddenly, bam, you have an epiphany so brilliant that you have to share it with the world? If so, you might have had a shower thought, AKA a philosophical stroke of genius. They come when you least expect them, and they almost always change the way you think going forward. Each week, we share the top shower thoughts as ranked by the internet with you, and this week's are equally as brilliant as the last.



Top Weekly Shower Thoughts | thumbnail text - A r/Showerthoughts Posted by u/Weegee256 2 days ago Every culture has some sort of meat wrapped in grains. Tacos, gyros, ravioli, sushi, et cetera.
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